The leader of the opposition people’s troops, Keiko Fujimori, assured this Sunday that “there are not enough elements” to approve a motion of censure against the Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra for alleged corruption.
Fujimori has stated that the dissolution of Congress or the motion of censure against the President are “extreme measures taken after all democratic avenues have been exhausted” and affirmed that “to date there have not been enough elements or necessary procedures” lead one of these actions.
Because of this, Fujimori said, his party “largely” voted against the House of Commons’ motion of censure last Thursday after some audios were broadcast allegedly linking Vizcarra to the case. of the singer Richard Cisneros, investigated for his irregular attitude in the Ministry of Culture.
“Popular Force will not back down in its decision to act responsibly and oppose populism. We will continue down this path and be convinced that this is what our country needs,” said Fujimori in a video posted on its social Networks was published.